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Mark Stuart Auburn, American academic administrator, educator, writer. Grantee, American Philosophical Society, 1972, Ohio State University, 1972-1973, 1975-1976, 1978, 1980, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1984.


Auburn, Mark Stuart was born on December 9, 1945 in Cincinnati. Son of Norman Paul and Kathleen (Montgomery) Auburn.


Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Bachelor in English, University Akron, 1967. Master of Arts in English, University Chicago, 1968.

Doctor of Philosophy, 1971.


Member faculty Ohio State University, 1971—1983, associate professor English, 1977—1983. Assistant vice provost, secretary College Arts & Sciences, 1980—1982, associate vice provost, 1982—1983, dean. Professor English Arkansas State University, 1983—1985.

Vice president for planning and management support University Arkansas System, 1985—1988. Vice chancellor academy affairs Indiana U.-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, since 1988. Professor English Indiana University, since 1988.

Board directors president Arkansas Endowment for Humanities, 1987—1988, Indiana Humanities Council, since 1990. Editorial member Theatre Annual, Restoration and 18th Century Theatre Research.


Trustee First Unitarian Church Columbus, 1976—1979, president, 1977—1978. Moderator First Unitarian Church, Columbus, 1976—1979. Member of American Association of University Professors, Modern Language Association, Southwest Modern Language Association, Midwest Modern Language Association, American Society Theater Research, College English Association Ohio (executive committee 1979), American Society 18th Century Studies, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha.


Married Sandra Korman Auburn, January 25, 1969. Children: David Andrew, Benjamin Max Joseph.

Norman Paul Auburn

Kathleen (Montgomery) Auburn

Sandra Korman Auburn

David Andrew Auburn

Benjamin Max Joseph Auburn